With the announcement of the Xbox One, a slew of developers have confirmed that their next-gen titles are indeed coming for Microsoft's next-gen console.
Ubisoft has announced that at least six of its titles are launching for the next-gen console's first year, which include Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and Watch Dogs. There's been no word as to whether or not Splinter Cell: Blacklist will be making its way to next-gen consoles, but its late-August release date makes it seem like a ripe candidate.
Bungie's also confirmed that its space erm… something or other game, Destiny,will also be shipping for the Xbox One, although there will be exclusive content for the PS4.
Eidos Montreal and Square Enix's reboot of Thief has also been confirmed for release on the Xbox One sometime in 2014.
EA also revealed today that Battlefield 4 would be touching down on October 29, 2013 and will be released for PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and the Xbox One.
Essentially, all is right with the world. Next-gen games that were anticipated to launch on both the Durango and the Orbis are indeed launching on the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4.